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Sorry for the delay, I've been away. Hit the HHOF for sure, the CN Tower, go to the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), St Laurence market, bata shoe museum and the Eaton Centre. That should do. Catch a leafs game (pricey and they suck) or watch the Minor hockey Toronto Marlies. Even better, catch a Toronto Rock lacrosse game. And that's Toronto.
I hope you're bringing warm clothes and some boots! It's been cold here, around -25 C with the wind chill. The difference between KY and Ontario in the winter are huge. I was down at Ft Knox a few Januarys ago, and you guys are lucky. So what do you have planned?
Hi Loki! Yes I definitely miss green grass and fallen leaves...I'm jealous. The desert is okay but I'd trade it in a heartbeat. I'm considering a move to Baltimore in a few months. Still weighing my options. Keep in touch! R.